After a number of years of pastoral work - largely in inner-city, multi-faith contexts - as a Methodist minister, I moved into formal educational work and taught in Further Education for thirteen years and was largely involved in teacher education for those working in that sector as well as wider training contexts. Currently my main interest is the philosophy of education, particularly relating phenomenological insights to the practice and theory of teaching and the development of attentive educational practice. Other interests and writing include spirituality and education, Deleuze studies, actor network theory and the formation of doctoral identity. I am co-leader of the EdD programme here at Oxford Brookes.
- BA Education Studies
- PGCE full time programme modules
- EdD Research paradigms
These explore the interests outlined above. In addition I am currently engaged in a joint research project on the formation of the identity/ies of doctoral students on professional doctoral programmes.
Troubling Knowledge Presentation - International Conference on Developments in Doctoral Education & Training. Oxford. March 2015
- BA (Leeds) Theology and Religious Studies.
- MA (Dunelm) Systematic Theology.
- MLitt (Cantab) Philosophical Theology.
- EdD (Sheffield)
- PGCE (Wolverhampton)